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... br> your face and slightly out of control (or that’s the immediate feel we get). We
slowly wander through the narrow lanes before bussing back to our little quiet
haven of Candolim for a beach walk and some time by the pool side. Not before
both of us step our slops and feet into one of the million cow dungs on the
pavements and roads here, don’t think that brings any luck!
Dinner is an adventurous
affair as ...
... then keeps the entry form and passes the rest on to officer number 2. Number 2 looks at the shore pass, examines the passport and stamps the shore pass, he then passes it on to officer number 3. Number 3 has the most taxing job of all in my opinion. He looks at the shore pass, looks at the passport, looks at you, and then very carefully puts his initials inside the stamp on the shore pass. He then hands everything back to you. The whole process took around ...
Another day at the beach & we went back to Doms where we had been a couple of days ago. V friendly with not a bad toilet & a reasonable menu & they do come out & see if you want a drink. Lunch was fish curry & rice & I h chicken hakka noodles. Most places strangely enough have Chinese dishes on the menu. I just fancied something light. Had our ...
... from Benaulim further south to a place called Palolem and ensured I booked somewhere on the actual beach!
The beach here was ok, not brilliant as it felt larger and busier than I wanted but it wasn't too bad. The hotel I booked though did have a really pretty little courtyard area outside the huts that looked out to the sea between the palm trees ...
... headed out of Mapusa back on to the open roads. With no schedule or plan for the day we decided to head to the furthest point down south to Fort Aguada. This was an impressive fort still in almost perfect condition. We strolled around the huge fort walls in the mid day sun before jumping back on the bike to catch some relief from the breeze. We cruised slowly back through ...